Tips And Tricks For Surviving Exam Week

By Simone Dekryger on December 6, 2019

If you have been through high school, then you are most likely familiar with exams. College isn't too different. Exams are a part of education, a way to test the knowledge gained through the course of a semester.

So how do you survive this potentially stressful time? Well, as a veteran of exams, I've learned some useful strategies. They are not just for college either; if you have some time left in…

The Most Displaced Person in History

By Joe Stowell on December 6, 2019

Have you ever felt completely out of your comfort zone, totally removed from all that's familiar? It's the feeling of being displaced. We cherish familiar settings, places that we have grown accustomed to, places that are compatible to our relationships and lifestyle. In a fast-moving, mobile culture that pushes us from here to there like tumbleweeds, we long for a familiar environment to provide sanity…

Student Spiritual Life: Met By Love

By Elizabeth Boock on December 20, 2019

One of the biggest gifts and privileges during my years at Cornerstone University has been leading Met By Love, a student-run weekly worship night. Met By Love meets every Monday night in one of our school's biggest classroom. Every week the room is transformed into a space filled with over 100 young people from all over West Michigan, lifting their voices, prayers and hands in adoration of the King…

Veverly Austin: A Faith that Acts

By Bailie Rouse on December 6, 2019

This week in chapel, Pastor Veverly Austin preached on Hebrews 10:35-39 and Hebrews 11, and she emphasized that Hebrews is written to a group of people who are in despair, and the author of Hebrews is seeking to strengthen their spirit by testifying about others who went through great challenges and yet held on to God's promise. Our faith must move and have action, and it will unite us with God. If…